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New proposal for skin grafts on tendon-exposed wounds

Um JH, Jo DI, Kim SH

Performing a skin graft is not feasible for tendon-exposed defect reconstruction because tendons are fibrous connective tissues with relatively poor blood supply. This study proposes a method to effectively perform...
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Closed extensor tendon rupture caused by Kienböck disease: a case report

Choi JY, Cha WJ, Jung ER, Seo BF, Jung SN

Kienböck disease, a rare disease that can cause chronic pain and motor dysfunction, occurs due to avascular necrosis of the lunate bone, which leads to dislocation of the carpal bone....
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Morphology of the temporalis muscle focusing on the tendinous attachment onto the coronoid process

Yu SK, Kim TH, Yang KY, Bae CJ, Kim HJ

The temporalis muscle is usually described as a single layer originating at the temporal line, converging to a tendon, and inserting onto a narrow site of the coronoid process. However,...
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Achilles Tendon Allograft for Superior Capsule Reconstruction in Irreparable Massive Rotator Cuff Tears

Lee KW, Choi HG, Yang DS, Yu YT, Kim WS, Choy WS

Background: Treatment remains a challenge in massive and irreparable rotator cuff tears (RCTs), and superior capsular reconstruction (SCR) has become an increasingly popular choice. The objective of this study was...
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A Case of Giant Cell Tumor of Tendon Sheath with Unusual Clinical Manifestation

Lee GW, Son JH, Shin K, Lee JS, Kim HS, Ko HC, Kim BS, Kim MB, Ha DL

  • KMID: 2517087
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2021 Jun;59(5):407-409.
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A Silent Closed Rupture of the Flexor Digitorum Profundus on the Index Finger: An Unsolved Mystery

Yeo HD, Hwang NH, Park SH, Lee BI, Yoon ES, Chung JH

We report the case of a patient who fully recovered from a closed flexor tendon rupture through a two-stage flexor tendon reconstruction using silicone rods, despite a considerable delay in...
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Bicipital origin and the course of the plantaris muscle

Heo Y, Lee H, Hwang SJ

The plantaris muscle (PM) has a small fusiform muscle belly and a long slender tendon sandwiched between the soleus (SM) and gastrocnemius muscle (GM). During routine dissection for research, an...
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Intratendinous Tophaceous Gout Mimicking Cellulitis after Achilles Tendon Repair

Shin WJ, Hong SH, Suh SP, Lee SG

A diagnosis of gout is often straightforward because gout has well known clinical presentations, laboratory analyses, and radiologic features. On the other hand, gout can mimic other diseases by showing...
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Surgical Strategies for Achilles Tendinopathy

Park HW

The surgical treatment of Achilles tendinopathy can be considered after the failure of conservative treatment, and the surgical methods may be divided into two groups; treatments for insertional and non-insertional...
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Management of Postoperative Complications Following Surgical Repair of Achilles Tendon Rupture

Bae SY

The surgical repair of an Achilles tendon acute rupture is a proven, traditional treatment for optimal functional recovery. However, concerns regarding complications such as re-rupture, wound problems and infections are...
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Reconstructive Strategies for Chronic Achilles Tendon Rupture

Cho BK, Ahn BH

Chronic Achilles tendon rupture is likely to result in functional impairment in gait and sports activity. The presence of a large defect secondary to retraction of the tendon ends, atrophy...
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Minimal Invasive Surgery for Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture

Lee MJ, Kim MW

Recently, the incidence of Achilles tendon rupture has been increasing with an increase in the elderly and the sports population. Various kinds of surgical options have been introduced up to...
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Nonoperative Treatment of Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture

Sung KS, Won JY

The incidence of Achilles tendon rupture is increasing as more people participate in sports and physical activities. However, whether to treat a complete rupture of the Achilles tendon, conservatively or...
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Does Achilles Tendon Shortening Mean Pathologic Lesions?

Won SH, Chun DI

This review article attempts to describe several pathological conditions that can arise from the shortening of the Achilles tendon. The tension and tightening of the gastrocnemius-soleus-Achilles tendon complex (GSAC) can...
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The best options in superior capsular reconstruction

Kim DH, Jung YS, Kim KR, Yoon JP

Irreparable massive rotator cuff tears cause pain, loss of function, and a decrease in range of motion, which cause serious disturbances in daily life. Young patients, in particular, are active...
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Distal biceps tendon injection

Vis Jvd, Janssen SJ, Bleys RL, Eygendaal D, Bekerom MPvd, Elbow Study Collaborative

Background: Injection therapy around the distal biceps tendon insertion is challenging. This therapy may be indicated in patients with a partial distal biceps tendon tear, bicipitoradial bursitis and tendinopathy. The...
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Anatomical Study of the Accessory Tendon of the Extensor Hallucis Longus Muscle and Its Clinical Application

Li Y, Zhang JY, Zhao XY, Pan LY, Jin DH, Xu HX, Cui HZ, Liu YQ, Qin XZ, Li Q

Background: The accessory tendon of the extensor hallucis longus (ATEHL) muscle is a common abnormal structure, and its clinical significance remains debatable. In this study, we provide the incidence of...
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Does Demineralized Bone Matrix Enhance Tendon-to-Bone Healing after Rotator Cuff Repair in a Rabbit Model?

Lee WY, Kim YM, Hwang DS, Shin HD, Joo YB, Cha SM, Kim KH, Jeon YS, Lee SY

Background: The purpose of this study was to compare the histologic outcomes of rotator cuff (RC) repair with demineralized bone matrix (DBM) augmentation and those without DBM augmentation and to...
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Clinical Assessments and MRI Findings Suggesting Early Surgical Treatment for Patients with Medial Epicondylitis

Park H, Hahn S, Yi J, Bang JY, Kim Y, Jung HK, Baik J

Purpose: To evaluate the MRI findings and clinical factors that are characteristic of patients who ultimately undergo surgery for medial epicondylitis. Materials and Methods: Fifty-two consecutive patients who were diagnosed with...
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Wedge-Shaped Resection for Massive Xanthomatosis of Achilles Tendon

Kim S, Ahn YS, Jung DM, Jung ST

Purpose: Xanthomatosis of the Achilles tendons is rare. In some patients, however, the lesions in the Achilles tendon need to be removed, which may be painful and disfiguring. While studies...
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